ELLINGTON, CT — Joseph Julian was identified as the person that was hurt in an oil truck accident that happened in Ellington, Connecticut on Friday, October 10th, 2014. The report released by the Journal Enquirer said that the accident happened around 11:30 Friday night.
72-year-old Joseph Julian was hurt when the car he was driving was hit by an oil delivery truck while on West Road. The report did not say what happened in the accident, nor did it specify the vehicles positioning in the road at the time of their collision.
First responders took Julian to the hospital where he was treated and released.
The investigation is being handled by local officials.
Scene of the Accident
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